The Community Arts Integration Project (CARP) for Westmoreland County will dedicate it's completed mural at American Architectural Salvage on Saturday, October 6, 2018 at 10:00 am. The mural, 15 feet high by 40 feet wide shows the rich history that has influenced Mount Pleasant and made it what it is today. It has been titled "History Leaves an Impression".
CARP’s primary focus is to establish a proven method of reintegration into the community for justice-involved youth and restorative of justice in Westmoreland County. Restorative justice is the bringing together of persons who have a stake in a criminal event to build a collective resolution to that event. The arts in all forms are being employed to reintegrate and reestablish the youths’ worth in themselves and their communities. The Mount Pleasant mural project focused on reintegrating juvenile probationers back into the community and is CARP’s first local restorative justice initiative.